Summary: One of the most frustrating things about Kinect is when the sensor has trouble reading you. Not the case with Harry Potter - the game is great. We have a 4 year old, 6 year old boy girl twins, and an 8 year old. We were all able to play - the best part for all of the kids was the quidditch game.
Summary: I bought this for my kids as a Gift and they've been playing it ever since. It takes your picture and before you know it, you're a real Wizard/Witch at Hogwarts being sorted into a house by the Sorting Hat.
Summary: This game walks you through the entire series. I watched my 9-year-old son play it and it was amazing. I had as much fun watching as he had playing. From wearing the sorting hat to fighting with He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, it is all there. I HIGHLY recommend this game to ANY Harry Potter fans.
Summary: My 9-year-old son & 10-year-old daughter both said they love this game. My daughter likes playing as the characters. My son likes using magic. I LOVE not having to find batteries for a clicker! My son used a wand and the Kinect recognized his arm movement. The game is kind of short.
Summary: This is an interesting game to play. It allows you to experience major scenes in the movie. It gives instructions on what to do to move ahead, & then more scenes get unlocked. We have only done one year of Hogwarts so far, so I guess it will keep getting better.